Dr. Claire Rye Joins the World Data System Early Career Researchers Network as Co-Chair

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A smiling woman with dark hair, Dr. Claire Rye, of New Zealand eScience Infrastructure and co-chair of World Data System Early Career Researchers Network

Dr. Claire Rye Appointed as Co-Chair for the World Data System Early Career Researchers Network

OAK RIDGE, TN, USA – 1 September 2023 – The World Data System’s International Program Office (WDS-IPO) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Claire Rye as the new Co-Chair for the World Data System Early Career Researchers Network (WDS-ECR Network), joining Dr. Lianchong Zhang and Dr. Maja Dolinar, the current Co-Chairs. With a Ph.D. in organic chemistry and extensive experience in research data management, Dr. Rye brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to support the WDS-ECR Network’s vision and goals.

Dr. Rye is a Product Manager at New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) based out of the University of Auckland. She is responsible for the National Data Transfer Service and works across the Aotearoa Genomics Data Repository and Rakeiora Pathfinder projects, looking at research data management and data lifecycle across NeSI.

Dr. Rye’s interest in open science, balanced with CARE principles (Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics) and Indigenous Data Sovereignty, and passion for data stewardship and metadata aligns perfectly with the WDS-ECR Network’s mission to foster a community of early career researchers who are interested in data-related topics and challenges. Moreover, Dr. Rye’s expertise in working with diverse stakeholders and developing practical approaches for data cultures, practices, and infrastructures will enhance her ability to collaborate within the global research community.

Dr. Maja Dolinar and Dr. Lianchong Zhang congratulate Dr. Rye on her appointment and express their confidence in her exceptional qualifications. Her appointment signifies the WDS-ECR Network’s dedication to advancing open science and empowering early career researchers with opportunities for networking, learning, and professional development.

“I am honored to join the WDS-ECR Network as a Co-Chair,” says Dr. Claire Rye. “Together with Dr. Lianchong Zhang and Dr. Maja Dolinar and the WDS team, we will continue to build a vibrant and inclusive network that supports early career researchers in their data-related endeavors.”

About the World Data System Early Career Researchers Network (WDS-ECR Network)

The World Data System Early Career Researchers Network is an initiative by the World Data System that aims to create a platform for early career researchers to exchange ideas, share experiences, and collaborate on data-related topics and challenges. The WDS-ECR Network organizes various activities such as webinars, workshops, mentoring programs, and social events to foster a sense of community and belonging among its members.

For more information about the WDS-ECR Network, please visit www.worlddatasystem.org/early-career-researchers-network.

Media Contact: Vinnie Bernabeo, Communications Specialist vbernabe@utk.edu

Announcing Daniela Santos Oliveira as Program Manager for the World Data System International Program Office

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Daniela Santos Oliveira is the new Program Manager for the World Data System International Program Office. She is wearing blue and white and has dark hair. The World Data System (WDS) is an organization that promotes long-term stewardship of scientific data and data services across all disciplines. The WDS International Program Office (IPO) is responsible for coordinating the operations of WDS and organizing meetings of the Scientific Committee, the biennial WDS Conference (SciDataCon), the WDS Members’ Forum, and outreach and promotional activities. As an affiliated body of the International Science Council, the World Data System promotes universal and equitable access, long-term stewardship, data services, outreach and promotional activities, scientific data across all disciplines, and equity.

Introducing Daniela Santos Oliveira: The New Program Manager for the World Data System International Program Office

OAK RIDGE, TN, USA – 9 August 2023 – The World Data System’s International Program Office (WDS-IPO) proudly announces the appointment of Dr. Daniela Santos Oliveira as the new Program Manager, joining the dynamic team led by Dr. Suzie Allard, Principal Investigator, and Meredith Goins, Executive Director. With a Ph.D. in Speech Science and a successful track record in managing a developmental psychology research lab, Daniela brings a unique blend of research expertise, leadership, and communication skills to propel the WDS-IPO’s mission forward.

Throughout her distinguished career as a lab manager, Daniela demonstrated exceptional proficiency in overseeing scientific operations, efficiently coordinating participant recruitment, experiment design, data collection, and analysis. Her expertise in maintaining smooth workflows, fostering strong team cooperation, and meeting critical project milestones ensures a seamless integration into the WDS-IPO’s various initiatives.

Daniela’s passion for open science aligns perfectly with the WDS’s commitment to promoting unrestricted access to invaluable research data worldwide. Moreover, Daniela’s experience in working with various stakeholders and navigating university and government compliance policies further enhances her ability to collaborate effectively within the global research community.

Dr. Suzie Allard and Meredith Goins, on behalf of the WDS-IPO leadership team, express their confidence in Daniela’s exceptional qualifications, which encompass project management proficiency and a comprehensive understanding of academia. Her appointment signifies the WDS’s dedication to advancing open science and empowering researchers with unfettered access to critical data resources.

“I am thrilled to join the esteemed team at the World Data System’s International Program Office,” says Daniela Santos Oliveira. “Together, we will continue to drive the frontiers of scientific research by fostering a robust data ecosystem and facilitating global collaboration.”

About the World Data System (WDS)

The World Data System (WDS) is an initiative by the International Science Council (ISC) that champions long-term data stewardship and universal access to scientific data across various fields of study. The WDS actively supports scientific research by facilitating reliable data services and preserving datasets of the highest quality, while fostering strong ties with the global research community.

For more information about the World Data System, please visit www.worlddatasystem.org.

Media Contact: Vinnie Bernabeo, Communications Specialist

vbernabe@utk.edu

WDS Member Highlight: Ocean Networks Canada

WDS Member Highlight: Ocean Networks Canada

WDS Member Highlight: Ocean Networks Canada

Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) is hosted by the University of Victoria. ONC manages and operates world-leading ocean observing facilities. They deliver ocean data from cabled, mobile, and community-based observing networks that contribute to Canada’s ocean observing science capacity. ONC provides ocean intelligence to scientists, governments, organizations, and citizens by archiving, processing, and making ocean data freely available through their data management system, Oceans 3.0.

https://www.oceannetworks.ca/about-onc/

 

WDS Member Highlight: The Language Archive

WDS Member Highlight: The Language Archive

WDS Member Highlight: The Language Archive

The Language Archive (TLA) is a data repository housed within the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen. TLA contains audio and video language corpus data, photographs, notes, experimental data, and other relevant information required to document and describe languages from around the world, including endangered and under-studied languages. The archive also contains records of speech in everyday interactions in families and communities, as well as naturalistic data from adult conversations on linguistic phenomena.

https://archive.mpi.nl/tla/